Castro's Cuba NPR''s Tom Gjelten reports that 1998 began with the Pope visiting Cuba and calling for Havana to open itself to the world and for the world to draw closer to Cuba. It ended with Henry Kissinger and other Republicans calling for a review of US policy towards Havana. While there have been some moves to improve relations from the Clinton administration, US-Cuba policy remains one of isolating Castro.
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Castro's Cuba

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Castro's Cuba

Castro's Cuba

Castro's Cuba

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR''s Tom Gjelten reports that 1998 began with the Pope visiting Cuba and calling for Havana to open itself to the world and for the world to draw closer to Cuba. It ended with Henry Kissinger and other Republicans calling for a review of US policy towards Havana. While there have been some moves to improve relations from the Clinton administration, US-Cuba policy remains one of isolating Castro.